Record A Level year: 32.5% A* and 25 Oxbridge places.
19 August 2010
The leavers of 2010 have received record A Level exam results. The 114 candidates achieved A* grades in 32.5% of their subjects, A*/A grades in 76.0% of their subjects and A*- B in 95.1% of their subjects. 25 boys have gained entry to Oxford and Cambridge, the highest figure since 2002.
John Claughton, the Chief Master, commented. ‘This has been an exceptional generation of pupils, not only in academic performance but in the range of their talents, their enthusiasm, their character and the relationships they have built with their teachers. It is a delight that so many boys have fulfilled their potential and so will go on to outstanding careers at university and beyond.\'
The GCSE results were outstanding with 51% A*s, 83.8% A*/A.s 1 boy gained 11 A*s out of 11 subjects and a further 15 gained 10*s out of 10 subjects. 65 pupils out of 125 achieved 10 A* or A grades.